Thursday, February 01, 2007

More Views From Ringing Rocks

This past Tuesday I went for a hike at Ringing Rocks County Park near Upper Black Eddy, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. This post is a continuation from the same hike as the Ice at Ringing Rocks post. It was a partly cloudy to cloudy afternoon.









12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Amazing photographs! Especially the first one -- beautiful!

Anonymous said...

You outdid yourself with these. The mixing of snow and rocks and earthy things are great. I like how the first one draws the viewer ito the picture.

M(urf)! said...

Wow..you sure don't wanna hike around there barefoot. Yes, I do like to point out the obvious.
:-)

Anonymous said...

I miss hiking when I see you shots! Must have been a great day!

Ginnie said...

A little bit of snow is better than no snow at all! I would love to see a little bit of snow one day while here in Germany!!!

sage said...

you always have some nice shots--looks like you could use a bit more snow! I posted some x-country skiing photos from today

Anonymous said...

I love the first one. It deserves to be framed. I also like the mossy rocks.

Tim Rice said...

I switched over to the new Blogger and in the process many of your comments became anonymous. I don't like that. I apologize though there is nothing I could do about it.

Thanks to everyone who visited and enjoyed the pictures. It was a great hike.

Cergie said...

Most of these pictures are looking like abstract painting
It's so amazing how the weather is cold in the East part of a continent. In Cergy we are in the west part. When you'll come and see my blog, you'll see how the trees are different. It seems as if it is spring.

judypatooote said...

Really awesome pictures Tim....

San Nakji said...

The mushrooms photo is a keeper! I am such a fan of fungi... I wonder whether I should be worried?

Tim Rice said...

Hi, cergie. Different parts of the world will have different weather and I think we're all the better for it. However, before the past several weeks, it has been abnormally warm here, too.

Thanks, judypatooote.

Hi, san nakji. Fungi is beautiful. I love it. :)